HARRY MAGAZINE FW18 - MASTERING THE ART OF DRESSING FOR THE STREET
For today’s man, life’s journey is no longer neatly linear. It’s an exhilarating ride with all sorts of detours along the way. The trick is to be alive to every possibility – to realize that wherever it is you’re going, half the fun is getting there.
Further evidence of the evolution of sportswear is provided by Emporio Armani with this soft hoodie jacket in a navy pinstripe wool-cotton blend. The navy pants have a drawstring waist – another athleisure moment. Available online soon.
HARRIS WHARF & REIGNING CHAMP
Take a burgundy cotton terry hoodie with an outsized logo in a collegiate font, courtesy of Vancouver’s Reigning Champ. Add a pair of clean-cut acid washed AG jeans. Top them off with a grey herringbone city coat from Harris Wharf, the UK-based company that specializes in applying modern, unstructured Italian tailoring to traditional English fabrics.
The latest three-piece suit from BOSS shows a fashionably trim silhouette, timed to meet the resurgence of interest in three-piece dressing among younger men. This example, in a tonal navy check, looks great with a bold checked shirt – it’s an outfit that’s equally appropriate for office and evening wear.
Mastering the art of dressing for the street, Polo Ralph Lauren pairs camo cargo pants with a super-soft tiger-graphic T-shirt, then adds a lightly quilted denim shirt-jacket. It’s a little thicker than a regular shirt and it makes a handy layering piece.